The impact of our curriculum
The impact of our curriculum can be evidenced in the following ways:
- Children are able to talk about what they are learning both currently and what they have previously learnt, including the skills they have gained and the experiences they have had.
- They can talk about how they learn in different subjects and they can identify the characteristics of different subjects.
- They can talk about how their learning is part of a ‘bigger picture’ and builds on their prior learning.
- They are able to make links between different subjects and lessons.
- They make progress in their learning, regardless of their starting point.
- They demonstrate good learning behaviours in lessons.
- Teachers plan and teach high quality lessons which are well structured and follow a clear sequence.
- They know who to talk to for support, especially when teaching new or challenging concepts.
- They demonstrate clear pedagogical understanding in all lessons.
- They are in charge of their own professional development and seek ways to improve their knowledge and skills.
- They are confident in their planning, teaching and assessment of learning.
- They are confident to give feedback to subject leaders.
Governors and visitors
- Governors and visitors give purposeful feedback to subject and senior leaders on curriculum areas.
- They comment on the interesting learning they observe and/or are apart of.
- They comment on the creativity, dedication and relentless drive for every child to succeed.
Parents and Carers
- Parents and carers provide us with positive feedback about their child’s attitude towards school.
- They share examples and talk to teachers about learning experiences their child has enjoyed or is looking forward to.
- Children take pride in their learning, including their written and creative outcomes.
- Cohorts achieve above the National Average in all core subjects.
- Children’s written and oral work captures their increasing understanding of key concepts within each subject.
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